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Mom and Dad Money is a site dedicated to providing simple, relevant financial information for new parents.

Owner: mbecker

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Language: English

Tags: money, invest, parents, retirement, save

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  • How to Build Your Emergency Fund in Stages
    on May 29, 2014 in Budgeting
    Ask any personal finance expert what advice they'd give to someone just starting out, and almost every single one of them will mention building an emergency fund with 3-6 months worth of expenses. That's a pretty daunting goal, so I want to show you...
  • How Can We Raise Independent, Free-Thinking Kids?
    on May 27, 2014 in Parenting
    There are two classic parenting techniques that we've all used (or had used on us): rewarding good behavior and telling our kids what to do. But if we want to raise free-thinking kids who can thrive in the real world, are these approaches doing more...
  • Save on Childcare with the Child and Dependent Care Credit
    on May 22, 2014 in Taxes
    Childcare can be crazy expensive. According to Babycenter, the average cost of daycare in the US is $11,666 per year. Luckily the IRS recognizes that this can be a pretty big burden and has decided to give you a little bit of a tax break on those cos...
  • Welcome to the New and Improved Mom and Dad Money!
    on May 19, 2014 in Misc thoughts
    Mom and Dad Money has undergone a gigantic facelift! So, why the change? More than anything, I wanted to make this a better place for people like you to come and get financial advice. The new design was done with YOU in mind, so today I want to tell...
  • No One Wears a Bulletproof Vest Hoping to Get Shot
    on May 12, 2014 in Insurance life insurance
    You get in the car, put on your seatbelt and get where you're going without an accident. A police officer wears a bullet proof vest and doesn't get shot. Are either of these people disappointed that they didn't end up needing those protections? Of co...
  • Featured on Mint!
    on May 8, 2014 in Misc thoughts
    Last week I had the opportunity to share the story of my business with mint.com, a company I really admire and have used myself for years. If you'd like to learn a little more about my views on what financial planning is and how it can help just abou...
  • How to Include Your Kids in Your Budgeting Sessions
    on May 5, 2014 in Parenting
    Letting your kids play an active role in your budget is a great way to teach them how to manage money and set them up for a lifetime of better financial decisions. They'll probably even find some ways to help you make better decisions! Here are some...
  • Cool Stuff Around the Web #19
    on Dec 21, 2013 in Shares
    Each Saturday I’ll be sharing some great articles from other sites on personal finance, investing, parenting, and whatever else interested me throughout the week. I think you’ll enjoy these as much as I did. Hope you have a great weekend!
  • How a Single Mother Can Gain Financial Control
    on Dec 19, 2013 in Parenting Planning
    This is a guest post from my friend Alexa Mason, who blogs over at Single Moms Income. I asked her to share her story here today because I find it incredibly inspiring and an excellent example of how you can take control over your finances and build...
  • How to Know When You Need Life Insurance
    on Dec 16, 2013 in Insurance life insurance
    This post originally ran on 3/25/2013, before anyone was reading this blog. I’m re-running it now with updated content because I think it’s an important topic. Life insurance is one of those topics that nobody really likes to talk about b...
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